This is Aoki from the Stroly development team.
As we move into the early autumn, I hope this message finds you all well.
Last month, I took a summer vacation and went on a tour of famous places in Wakayama Prefecture. I visited Koyasan (stayed in shukubo), Kumano Hongu Taisha, Kumano Hayatama Taisha, and Kumano Nachi Taisha. Today, I’d like to briefly touch upon Nachi Falls, the sacred object of worship at Kumano Nachi Taisha.
Actually, you can see the ocean from the three-storied pagoda near Nachi Falls.
The deep blue nestled between the mountains is the sea.
Nachi Falls, boasting the highest drop in Japan, seems to be visible from the coast when the air is clear.
By the way, when you take a photo of Nachi Falls and the three-storied pagoda together from the grounds of Seiganto-ji Temple (a large temple next to Kumano Nachi Taisha), it looks something like this.
There’s quite a distance from the waterfall, but its size is somewhat conveyed as it’s visible at a considerable size.
The shrine at the base of the waterfall is called “Hiryu Shrine,” part of “Kumano Nachi Taisha,” so don’t forget to visit the main shrine when you visit Nachi Falls.
The main hall is located at the top of a very long staircase, but the sense of accomplishment when you reach the top is amazing.
Now, let me introduce today’s release details.
We’ve Renovated the Map Search Page
With this release, we’ve renovated the map search page! The main changes include:
- Performance improvements
- Design revisions, such as adjusting margins and unifying the design tone
- Addition of a refined search function
- Adding a guide to the map details page
The map details page is a page that introduces spots within a map generated at the time of public release of maps created with Stroly.
We hope you find your favorite maps with the more user-friendly search page!
Added Animation to the Stamp Rally Pins
Previously, when you opened a map, pins were displayed with animation, and with this release, the pins for the stamp rally will also be displayed with animation.
Partial Multilingual Support Implemented
In this release, we have introduced a multilingual system to My Page. Until now, My Page was only available in Japanese, but from now on, we plan to support English notation as well. Please look forward to it.
At Stroly, we are committed to developing new features and improving functionality every day to achieve exciting user experiences. Please continue to look forward to our releases.
If you have any trouble using Stroly or have any requests, please feel free to contact us anytime.
All of our staff are looking forward to hearing from you.